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Educating for Moral Action : Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics - 05 edition

Educating for Moral Action : Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics (ISBN10: 0803612613; ISBN13: 9780803612617)
ISBN13: 978-0803612617
ISBN10: 0803612613

Summary: This new resource is written for physical therapy and occupational therapy administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators. Stemming from the summer 2003 "Dreamcatchers" Conference, Creighton University's "Leadership in Ethics Education", the authors have assembled a veritable "who's who" of PT and OT academics to share their insights regarding contemporary issues in health and rehabilitation ethics. Going beyond the "nuts and
bolts" of teaching ethics, the text aims to present pedagogical strategies that will ultimately change the face of how educators think and, consequently, how they teach ethics to the next generation of health professionals.

Key Features
  • Contributors write from their insights and experiences, taking a fresh look at relevant concepts and issues for their respective professions.
  • The collaboration of the contributors takes an important step towards interdisciplinary work across PT and OT in an area where other disciplines will be encouraged to join in future efforts. This book puts PT and OT on the map of ethics discourse, positioning these health professions as a voice in larger ethics initiatives.
  • A diverse array of chapters will challenge the reader to examine critical ethical issues in our current health care system more deeply as well as redefine the way ethics is taught in current health professions education. The models and concepts presented are both provocative and practical.
  • This book is a for-purchase-only guide for administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators for teaching ethics to the next generation of health care professionals. It is not an adoption-based text for students.
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Summary: This new resource is written for physical therapy and occupational therapy administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators. Stemming from the summer 2003 "Dreamcatchers" Conference, Creighton University's "Leadership in Ethics Education", the authors have assembled a veritable "who's who" of PT and OT academics to share their insights regarding contemporary issues in health and rehabilitation ethics. Going beyond the "nuts and bolts" of teaching ethics, the text aims to present pedagogical strategies that will ultimately change the face of how educators think and, consequently, how they teach ethics to the next generation of health professionals.

Key Features
  • Contributors write from their insights and experiences, taking a fresh look at relevant concepts and issues for their respective professions.
  • The collaboration of the contributors takes an important step towards interdisciplinary work across PT and OT in an area where other disciplines will be encouraged to join in future efforts. This book puts PT and OT on the map of ethics discourse, positioning these health professions as a voice in larger ethics initiatives.
  • A diverse array of chapters will challenge the reader to examine critical ethical issues in our current health care system more deeply as well as redefine the way ethics is taught in current health professions education. The models and concepts presented are both provocative and practical.
  • This book is a for-purchase-only guide for administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators for teaching ethics to the next generation of health care professionals. It is not an adoption-based text for students.
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Edition/Copyright: 05
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Publisher: F. A. Davis Co.
Year Published: 2005
International: No

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